I haven't written a recipe for a long time (in fact, I didn't write two 总共 in total), this time, the delicious golden soup buckwheat tomato 结合! The reference recipe comes from the author's and the kitchen's golden soup, buckwheat tomato, and I have improved according to the personal needs and hobbies of the recipes. The partners have joined in and asked to write a recipe. Since there is no process photo, everyone will look at it and see what they don’t understand. You can also ask me directly. Tomato is the value of the dish, buckwheat is low GI carbon water, lean meat provides protein, pumpkin, tomato provides a variety of vitamins and minerals, milk is an effective supplement for calcium ~ with an egg is a full breakfast, can also When reducing fat and gaining muscles, the fitness nutritious meal.
Peel the pumpkin, drink the right amount of milk, and put it into the broken machine to make the soup. It takes a long time to make the pumpkin soup, so put the first step, about 30 minutes. There is no other alternative to the broken machine, the purpose is to make the pumpkin into a pumpkin soup.
Start the pumpkin soup and start cooking the buckwheat. Let the water boil for 15-20 minutes.
At the same time, prepare other materials. Heat the tomatoes with boiling water for a while (can be peeled), pour off the boiling water, let the tomatoes cool naturally, peel the skin, cut off the top of the tomatoes, and use a small spoon to hollow out the inside of the tomatoes. Green pepper diced, ginger a little shredded.
A little oil, heat, add minced meat and ginger, stir fry, add a little soy sauce to taste, stir-fried minced meat, add green pepper and stir fry for a while.
Load the plate, add the fried minced pork and the cooked buckwheat to the prepared tomatoes, pour in the plate and pour the pumpkin soup.
The time is about 30 minutes. The tomatoes are used to fry the tomatoes and eggs. The minced meat can be selected according to personal preference. You can choose beef, chicken, etc. Pumpkin soup can also be without milk. In a word, according to personal hobbies and actual ingredients, you don’t have to stick to it. Come on!